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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The ranger said, "Maybe the bogeyman got them."


Guest Editor-Blogger: Luke
Regarding: Encourage Bigfoot Talk
My brother and I went camping in the Mt Jefferson Wilderness area last fall in Oct. I had just returned from Iraq and needed to get back to nature. We packed in to a place called Sunshine Meadows and setup camp. The first day we both felt the presents of something fallowing us. That first night the crickets were singing away and the sound of the forest was breath taking. Then around 2:30 in the morning we heard a loud scream of so animal off in a distance. The screams seen to get closer as each one passed. Soon it seemed the cry was just beyond the treeline. It soon became daylight and we decided to move to a different location. When we started out we heard the sound of somebody following us as we could hear brush and limbs cracking. My brother said he saw a large outline of a animal behind a tree. That night we camped at Sour Springs. We were so tired we slept all night. When we woke we noticed somebody had stolen are packs. We couldn't figure it out as we were miles into the forest with nobody around. As we started back we noticed these strange tracks. They were barefoot human in looking but larger than Shaq's. We made it to the ranger station in 2 days and reported the theft of our belongings. The ranger said, "Maybe the bogeyman got them." Maybe Bigfoot is now well equipped too.

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What state would this be in, please. I, Linda Newton-Perry, don't know mountain names as well as I should.
Thanks.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mt Jefferson is in between Salem and Albany in the Cascades of Oregon. The next white headed peak south of Mt Hood